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    A source for online fitness information. Expert advice on exercise programs, building muscle and athletic performance. Latest news of fitness industry

    61.

    Take care of your body after pregnancy
    What is the best way to start exercising after the birth of a child? What do you think of stroller fitness classes?
    10-Dec-2005 - Details

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    Exercise may benefit damaged knees
    There may be no need to skip the exercise if you have cartilage damage in the knee. A new study points away from the conclusion that working out could exacerbate the problem - in fact, exercise may even help.
    11-Dec-2005 - Details

    63.

    Common Fitness Myths
    There are so many different workout and diet programs out there today that it's hard to know what will give you noticeable results and what will leave you wishing you had spent all those hours in the gym doing something more productive
    26-Dec-2005 - Details

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    Yoga for cosmetic beauty
    Bandhas or neuro-muscular locks are like vitamins in a man's diet. They control the hormonal levels in a body by applying pressure on the glands. Balancing the hormones has an immediate effect on the skin of a person. Practise these bandhas with all your intensity to get startling results.
    01-Apr-2006 - Details

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    6 more reasons to exercise in 2006
    Once again it's that time when many Americans will resolve to lose weight. Health clubs will run membership specials, hoping to draw in legions of people freshly committed
    29-Dec-2005 - Details

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    Sexes gauge fitness differently
    For guys, a slimmer silhouette or baggier pants might be enough to inspire a "yes."
    Women, on the other hand, like harder proof their workouts are working. They feel better when they can lift heavier bags of groceries or do more leg presses, according to a new study.
    02-Jan-2006 - Details

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    Everyday sport key to fitness
    January 1 is the wrong day to start a New Year's resolution, according to a top psychologist
    15-Jan-2006 - Details

    68.

    What to look for in a Women's Basketball Shoe
    An article about what women should look for in today's basketball shoes, written by a women's recreational basketball player. This article includes how to help prevent prevent ankle injury, and why just any old men's might not be the best choice.
    17-Jan-2006 - Details

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    Regular Exercise May Delay Alzheimer s
    Seniors who engage in some form of minimal exercise at least three days a week can cut their risk of developing Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia by as much as 30 percent to 40 percent, a new study reveals.
    25-Jan-2006 - Details

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    Gym will fix your mood - especially in the morning
    A GYM workout is much more effective at boosting your mood if you head to the fitness club in the morning rather than later in the day, Scots scientists have discovered.
    29-Jan-2006 - Details

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    Three-week diet with exercise may reverse metabolic syndrome and diabetes
    A three-week diet combined with daily exercise may be effective in reversing the conditions of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.
    01-Feb-2006 - Details

    72.

    Motivation is key in fitness challenge
    The Democrat is following Tim Carr and Janie Anderson's progress in the 2006 Sedalia Fitness Challenge. In this third part of an occasional series, the two talk about being halfway through the challenge.
    14-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Health Tip: Exercise Is Good for You
    Studies show that exercise and staying physically active can help you stay healthy and independent, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

    As little as 30 minutes of moderate exercise per day can do the trick, the agency says.
    22-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Get a Full Body Workout with Nordic Walking
    Are you inspired by the Olympic skiers? Nordic walking uses fitness walking poles to turn your regular walking into a full body workout. It was developed as crosstraining for ski racers. It tones your upper body as well as your lower body
    22-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Diabetes: How exercise helps
    Exercise was recognized as an important therapy for diabetes as far back as the Sui dynasty (about 600 A.D.), when a famous Chinese doctor of that period, Ch'ao Yuen Fan, advised patients suffering from diabetes-related diseases to "walk one hundred and twenty steps or more, not to exceed one thousand steps" before each meal.
    22-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Laura Bush shares her fitness routine on TV
    First, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice lifted weights on television. Now it's the first lady's turn to show off her workout.
    15-Mar-2006 - Details

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    Exercises Can Prevent Fainting
    Feeling faint? Cross your ankles. Squeeze your knees. Grip a ball. Simple muscle-tensing exercises like these can keep you from passing out, say researchers who did a scientific study of the problem.
    15-Mar-2006 - Details

    78.

    What is a good tongue technique
    I’ve heard that you should push your tongue into the roof of your mouth while lifting heavy weights. What’s that all about?
    15-Mar-2006 - Details

    79.

    5 Celebrity Workout Secrets
    Have you ever wanted to know how your favorite Hollywood celebrities manage to stay in such great shape? Believe it or not, those stunning figures you see on the red carpet are not simply the product of luck or favorable genes. However, many of the world’s top celebrities and best athletes do have a “secret” advantage -- they all work with Beverly-Hills-based personal trainer Gunnar Peterson.

    Gunnar’s client list reads like the Hollywood walk of fame, so he can tell you what it takes to look good by celebrity standards. Now, in this exclusive interview, Gunnar reveals how he prepares some of the biggest names for television debuts, leading roles in movies, photo shoots and much more.
    30-Jul-2007 - Details

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    Hatha Yoga
    Hatha yoga is the most widely recognized and practiced form of yoga and is known as a forceful yogic style. Hatha represents opposing energies - hot and cold, male and female, positive and negative. Practice of Hatha Yoga can result in achieving a balance of your nervous system, circulation, digestive and endocrine systems. It is described as a preparatory stage that prepares the body for higher aspects of meditation. It is claimed that Hatha Yoga is a branch of knowledge that had its origins from Lord Shiva (the Chief God from the pantheon of Hindu mythology) himself. Hatha yoga is also known as Hatha vidya. Historical records reveal that it was sage Yogi Swatmarama who introduced Hatha yoga system during the fifteenth century in India in his compilation Hatha Yoga Pradipika.
    10-Sep-2007 - Details

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